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kucharek
2003-Aug-29, 07:22 AM
For reasons only obscure for the ignorant...

BTW, German for joke is "Witz". Pronounced like "Witts"... :roll:

[edited to fix typo in headline]

johnwitts
2003-Aug-29, 09:10 AM
Ah, that's why my German Teacher used to smirk when reading out the register. I never understood till now...

SpaceTrekkie
2003-Aug-29, 01:21 PM
I have seen Driving Miss Daisy. It was a good stroy but IMHO it moved too slow so it seemed to drag on and on..but as i said before the storyline was good(IMHO).

Kaptain K
2003-Aug-29, 02:31 PM
BTW, German for joke is "Witz".
So, when you get to the punchline, you are at witz end? :roll: Sorry :oops: I couldn't help it. #-o

JustplainBadatEverything
2003-Aug-31, 03:17 AM
I have seen Driving Miss Daisy.

I have too, ... But the XXX version is "Driving Miss Daisy Crazy" Does that qualify as another version?

dgruss23
2003-Aug-31, 03:20 AM
Nope. The closest I ever got was SNL's "Toonces the Driving Cat" skits. Toonces always ended up crashing over a cliff. Although I think one time Toonces crashed a flying saucer.

Kaptain K
2003-Aug-31, 03:29 AM
I liked the Toonce-inator skit! :oops: :o

Colt
2003-Aug-31, 07:51 AM
I watched it in an English class two years ago.. Not a bad story but slow and uneventful. Not one I would rent normally. :P

(start)

Hoke: Hello Miss Daisy, I'm your driver.
Miss Daisy: I don't like you because I'm prejudiced and old.
Hoke: I bought your car, let me drive you around in it.
Miss Daisy: I still don't like you much, read this.
Hoke: Be nice to people.
Miss Daisy: You're my friend now.

(cries a bit, dies)

-Colt

gethen
2003-Sep-01, 05:37 PM
I've seen it. So, what are you going to do with this information? Is this a focus group study? Was there some subliminal message encoded in the movie that you will now trigger? I hope so. I'm a little bored.

Colt
2003-Sep-01, 06:04 PM
*mutters "Beware the Jabberwock my son!" to Gethen* :P -Colt

gethen
2003-Sep-01, 06:24 PM
*mutters "Beware the Jabberwock my son!" to Gethen* :P -Colt

Monty Python? Loved it. Especially the intact and talking heads attached to completely cleaned skeletons. Deranged but funny.

nebularain
2003-Sep-01, 07:34 PM
I watched it in an English class two years ago.. Not a bad story but slow and uneventful. Not one I would rent normally. :P

(start)

Hoke: Hello Miss Daisy, I'm your driver.
Miss Daisy: I don't like you because I'm prejudiced and old.
Hoke: I bought your car, let me drive you around in it.
Miss Daisy: I still don't like you much, read this.
Hoke: Be nice to people.
Miss Daisy: You're my friend now.

(cries a bit, dies)

-Colt
Oh, how . . . male!
:roll:

(Hee - Hee! :P )

Colt
2003-Sep-02, 05:47 AM
Thanks Neb. I knew you females would love it. :) Actually, I understand the movie perfectly. I felt like giving the condensed and brusque version. :P -Colt